Welcome to DailyCaring! We’re so glad you stopped by
We hope you’ve been enjoying the CareGiving.com holiday blog party! We’re so happy to welcome you to our community of family caregivers.
A little about us
We’re the best free website & daily email newsletter for families who are caring for older adults. Our practical tips, useful resources, and relevant info help you solve day-to-day caregiving challenges.
The most helpful part? We get right to the point and keep our articles short.
Win a prize!
To celebrate the holiday blog party, we’re excited to offer a prize drawing!
One lucky winner will get a copy of The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers, by Barry Jacobs, and a Starbucks gift card.
To enter the prize drawing, leave one (or more) comments below telling us about your biggest caregiving challenge or what you’re most grateful for this year.
Please include your email address so we can get in touch with you if you win. Don’t worry, we won’t add you to our mailing list — unless you sign up on your own, of course!
Learn about caregiving in bite-sized pieces
There’s a lot to learn when it comes to caregiving, but you don’t have to know everything right away. We break things down into bite-sized pieces so you won’t feel overwhelmed.
Before you go, make sure to sign up for our daily email newsletter because we know you’ve already got too much to do. With our emails, you’ll get a daily dose of our helpful tips delivered straight into your email inbox — effortless!
Get extra support during the holidays
The holidays can be an extra-stressful time for caregivers. Take care of yourself by remembering to pause and take a few deep breaths whenever you start to feel stressed.
And, check out some of our helpful holiday tips:
- How to handle difficult family members
- Reduce bad reactions by updating family about your senior’s condition ahead of time
- How to make the holidays fun for seniors with Alzheimer’s or dementia
Get answers to 3 common caregiving challenges
To get familiar with our website, check out our answers to these 3 common caregiver challenges:
- What to say when someone with Alzheimer’s says they want to go home
- Why so many seniors shuffle when they walk
- How to get family members who avoid caregiving to actually help you
We hope you enjoy your visit with us and look forward to seeing you again soon!
Warm wishes for a peaceful holiday season,
Connie and Brian
Prize drawing details: One winner will be selected at random from the comments below this article. Multiple entries are allowed. Winning comment time and date stamp must be before 12 midnight Pacific Time on 12/12/15. To win, you must be over 21 years old, have a valid email address, and receive the prize at a U.S. shipping address.